So I couldn’t decide what I should carve this year…. then it suddenly hit me XD I was so excited after I decided what I want to carve :P

Recognise who she is? It’s not exactly the same as I kinda eyeball sketched it with a sharpie before carving this time ^^;

Mokotan helped me again :) Yoshi wanted to help but I had to chase him away :P

After I finished it, it was already past 3 am…

A bit tricky to take photos in low light condition ^^;

Took many shots, hoping for a few sharp ones ^^;

I had to carve a bit more after I lit some candles, as it felt a bit too dim, but in photos thanks to the lovely 50mm 1:1.4 canon lens on permanent loan from my husband, it looks a lot brighter in photos :3 I have to crank up the ISO tho ^^;

Took a shot this morning too to compare XD

Thanks for looking, Happy Halloween!

ETA: Thanks Danny for the mention ^o^!

8 Responses to Pumpkin carving 2010

  1. lostpacket says:

    wow, great job!

    I’m shocked at how smooth and nice it looks lighted, but so plain and ugly not lighted.

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    chun Reply:

    ahahahaha I actually feel the same LOL I guess the flesh of the pumpkin is somewhat translucent which results in the effect when lit up :)

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  2. garturo62 says:

    nice job looks great in the dark may try to do something like this with my pumpkin.

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    chun Reply:

    look forward to see what you come up with :D

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  3. Ex14 says:

    OOO i like it better when lighted up! the effect it gives off is sooo awesome! haha hope ya had a fun halloween!

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    chun Reply:

    Thanks! Trying to chillax ^^; had a rather long week last week and another long one coming…. yikes ^^;

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  4. RyoBase says:

    wow, damn. That’s nice. Makes me wanna smash some pumpkin.

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    chun Reply:

    lol go smash em tiger! :P

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